Sunday, August 26, 2012

Magnetic Elapsed Time Set Review and GIVEAWAY!


It is always fun to do reviews and giveaways for Learning Resources because they have some fantastic products!  I was super happy to be able to review their Magnetic Elapsed Time Set because I love resources that provide hands-on learning.

Teaching time can always be a struggle for students, especially elapsed time!  I am so happy with this product because it is super simple for kids to see and grasp mathematical concept.  When I demonstrated the elapsed time concept for Audrey with the magnetic set, she immediately got it!  She was moving the pieces, manipulating the clock and setting her own times.  I heard her say, "If I went to the mall at 7:00 and came back at 11:00, how long was I gone?"  The mall?  Whatever works:)

The Elapsed Time Set would be great for students who need to learn time by the hour or elapsed time, which can be a difficult concept to teach.  The set comes with 2 large magnetic clocks (10 inches), removable guide numbers and 24-hour timeline in 4 segments.


The center dial pieces are also magnetic and great for easy manipulation...

The set also includes a magnetic START and END piece to help students SEE the elapsed time.  Although we haven't really talked about how AM and PM work together, the strips really lend themselves to this concept for future learning.  


I love that the pieces are large and durable.  I think these would be perfect for any classroom or homeschool room.  







63 comments:

Miss Nguyen's Class said...

I would LOVE to win this for my classroom. It looks like a wonderful resource to have.

sn.nguyen19@gmail.com

missnguyensclass.blogspot.com

Mrs. Brown said...

I would use this in my classroom for sure!

kellybrown28021@gmail.com

Elizabeth said...

This would be great to use in my first grade classroom. I have a lot of boards magnetic, and so it would be very useful in my room.

Elizabeth L.
The First Grade Jungle Room

Wanda Brown said...

I love the elapsed time clocks! Would love to win.

TheJobBoys said...

I love learning resources products and I would love to win this for my son.
sullyv@bell.net

Rachel said...

Would love to win this for my classroom!

Kim Duff said...

I would love this for my daughter. She is just starting to learn time. It looks like a great product for our homeschool.

Carrie Rice said...

i would love to win this for my daughter's classroom

Melissa said...

This would be great to win for my classroom!

raniah said...

Would love to win this for our homeschool rm

Jackie said...

Hope I win this.

Julie said...

What a great resource! I would love to use this with my firsties!
Julie
wiersjul@gmail.com

Brianne said...

I would love to use this product in my classroom!!
bl3982@yahoo.com

JessBenoit said...

I would love to win this for our homeschool!

Unknown said...

I'd LOVE to win this for my daughter! We just started homeschooling and so our collection of resources is low! :)

graciegirl said...

This would be wonderful to add to our homeschool. Thanks for the offer!

Cindy Lusk said...

WOW!! What a great resource!! This would be a great addition to my title room!

Cindy
http://cynthialusk.blogspot.com

Kori said...

Oh I love this! I haven't seen it before, but it would make teaching my boys so much easier. That really is a hard concept for them to grasp.

Dani Lynch said...

This is too cute.. and would come in super handy in my new Year 1 classroom! :)

meghan said...

Would l.o.v.e this for my classroom! Great review for third graders!

Meg
Third Grade in the First State

Ayjah said...

This would be an absolute gem for our schooling!

Suzzanne said...

I would love to win this for my classroom. Looks like a great resource for teaching telling time.

Suzzanne_horton@yahoo.com

jkvalko said...

I want to win for homeschool :)

aclark said...

Would love to have this for my classroom!

Ashley
arclark2012@gmail.com

Amber said...

I would love to win this for my classroom.

Amber
ambs98@nc.rr.com

Amanda said...

Would love this for home use!

Amanda said...

Would love this for home use!

Yvonnee said...

I would love this for the use in classrooms. Thanks

yvonneeyrg@gmail.com

debijackson said...

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debbie jackson,
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DuckieMama said...

Would love to win this for our homeschool classroom!! :)

Janett said...

I would love to win these for my second graders!

janett079@yahoo.com

Tee Pee said...

If Annie says its good for her DD -then I trust that it will be good for mine too. Love the Moffatt Girls and all of the fab learning resources!

Lisa Cain said...

I would love this for my sped resource room

Amy said...

I would love this! Elapsed time is soooo hard for my 2nd graders!

Sharon Ankerich said...

Would LOVE this!!!

Sharon Ankerich said...

Would LOVE this!!!

Tammy said...

I would love this for my first grade classroom!
Tammy

First Grade @ Storybook Cafe
dtklinger@gmail.com

Kelly said...

My students would love this hands-on tool!

bbumblebee@msn.com

Mrs. Cupcake said...

Man I wish I had this product last year-- elapsed time was so confusing for my kiddos!
❤Teri
A Cupcake for the Teacher

clambert11 said...

I would love to win this for my son's first year of homeschooling! Learning Resources has great products!

Karyn said...

HI Annie! I'd LOVE to win this!

œKaryn
A is for Apple B is for Blog
Kideducator@comcast.ne

Becky said...

Would love to win this for my girls for our homeschool space. we are still fleshing it out (okay we have a lot to do yet) but this would be an awesome way to decorate it. (ontiptoe02atgmaildotcom)

Becky said...

Would love to win this for my girls for our homeschool space. we are still fleshing it out (okay we have a lot to do yet) but this would be an awesome way to decorate it. (ontiptoe02atgmaildotcom)

landoflearning said...

This would be a great tool in my room! I wold love to win this!
Shibahn
www.landoflearning.wordpress.com

Kim @ The Educators Spin On It said...

Would love to win this for homeschooling and eventually to be used in my classroom when I go back to teaching.

Teaching Fabulous Firsties! said...

What a great learning tool! I would LOVE it!
Corinna
cwoita@aol.com
Teaching Fabulous Firsties!

Elipod said...

I would love this for my first grade classroom!
Elizabeth
Epodolski@ arcsgalloway.org

Mrs Diane said...

I would love to win this for my classroom!

Tanya M said...

I would love to win this for my homeschoole.

First Grade Smith said...

I could use this in so many ways.Got my creative juices flowing!

First Grade Smith said...

I could use this in so many ways.Got my creative juices flowing!

TheJobBoys said...

I would love to win. My son would love this.
sullylv@bell.net

Miss Kelly said...

LOve LOve LOve! I Love hands-on tools for teaching math concepts too. The number line is just brilliant and that it's magnetic is awesome.

Caterina said...

This would be wonderful to win. I love that it is magnetic. My children would love to learn with this resource. Thanks so much for the chance to win,
Caterina

The Apples said...

I would LOVE to win this for my homeschool room!!

simply_zu said...

Wow! I would love to win it for my homeroom.
Thanks

maliq said...

I WOULD LOVE TO WIN THIS FOR HOMESCHOOLING!

Nichole said...

I would super love this for my special needs students. It looks like a nice hands-on, visual way of etching elapsed time to all my kiddos.

Monica Horn said...

This would be wonderful for whole class teaching, and then as a center for my 3rd graders. Elapsed time is a difficult concept, and anything to make it more visual is helpful. Thanks for the contest.

Deb Thomas said...

Perfect addition to a first grade classroom!!!

Deb at Fabulously First
My TpT Store

cstrickland said...

I would love this in my second grade class!

Fancy Nancy said...

You are so right. Elapsed time is a difficult concept to teach and this resource would make it easier.
Thanks for the chance to win it.
bozekn@nashua.edu

Katrina Hamilton said...

I also would love this for my students! Elapsed time is very hard for some; even hour vs. minute for others. :)

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